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National Everyone Repeat a Derogatory Slur Day!

Leslie Brown

Paula Deen is back! Wow, let’s look at some of the human detritus that has been left in the wake of the media discovering someone uttered a RACIAL SLUR, OMG!

Well, we have Donald Sterling, Paula Deen, Roy Ellison, Colin Kapernick, Mark Fuhrman, somehow Lyndon Johnson got a “pass” for “I’ll have those n*ggers voting Democrat for the next 200 years.”

Just this week:

The 49ers quarterback was responsible for four turnovers in the team’s loss, but it was a curious flag that has also drawn attention.
After throwing an interception that set up a Bears touchdown, Kaepernick allegedly used a racial slur, according to the refs.
Kaepernick was fined more than $11k for the alleged slur, but denied saying anything.(1)

Anyhow, I had this really great idea! How about on October 1st, everyone in the United States goes in to one of their closets and says every racial slur they can think of, then we will ALL be guilty of having used a racial slur, and we can just go one with our lives! There will be no more of the, “Have you EVER used a racial slur” inquisitions and water-boarding, because EVERYONE will then be guilty!

Don’t misunderstand me; I’m not promoting the use of racial slurs except this one time. Think of it as a mass “inoculation”. Then maybe people will quit getting their briefs in a bunch, their panties in a pinch, their tidy-whities in a twist, their Depends, oh nevermind, and so on.

Liberals are always talking about a “level playing field”, how much more level does it get than this?
Don’t forget, 12:00 p.m. C.S.T. go in your closets and let ‘er rip! Happy N.E.R.D.S. Day!


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